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Thread: Going water soon [WARNING: PICS]




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    i'll just take out the water cooling stuff (pump, wb, and rad) and just open the system up at the suction side fo the pump, refill, reblead, and re-leak test the system

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    Good job Andy. :thumb:

    But what sort of temps are ya gettin' with it compared to ya old air coolin'? :?:

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    at the moment, with a slow 12cm fan, i'm getting around the same temps as my old spire falcon rock2 w/ an 8cm 50cfm sunon on top. Thankfully, its a hell of a lot quieter :)

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    *Gasp* its so clean, good job :thumb:

    looks like that machine has some pimpin' storage :afro:
    GBRRICCI

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    Quote Originally Posted by GBRRICCI
    *Gasp* its so clean, good job :thumb:
    Thanks :), but you seroiusly wouldn't want to see behind the mobo tray :o

    I've made a few changes since that photo was taken. Mainly, i've upgraded my single 12cm Vantec stealth to 2 Adjustable RPM 12cm Enermax fans and connected thier control wires to a dual gang 20K potentiometer mounted at the back of the case just under the PSU. I've also enlarged the hole at the top of my case and have moved the Vantec to the top, where it stays on permanantly :)

    Quote Originally Posted by GBRRICCI
    looks like that machine has some pimpin' storage :afro:
    200gigs of pimpin' storage to be exact ;)

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    Well after a change over to Intel, i had to find a P4 Mounting plate for my amd topped White Water block. i got it in the mail on thrusday, got my system filled and bled yesterday and leak tested overnight. and now its back up an running, this time, cooling my P4C 2.8 :D

    Temps before WC:
    Load: 53-54

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    Temps with WC:
    Load: 38

    Note the shiny aluminium plate over the White water block ;)

    EDIT: also forgot to mention, those temps are at stock speed but at 1.6V

    the original HSF was the stock intel cooler

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